Establishment endorsements Rubio’s kiss of death

Did Mitt Romney’s robo calls supporting Rubio deal the fatal blow or was it Rubio’s earlier amnesty collusion with McCain, Flake, and Schumer’s Gang of Eight?

Hanging with the McCain cabal has not been a winning plan for Marco Rubio. His losing streak could force him to abandon his campaign before the Florida Primary — where a full-throated, humiliating rebuke in his home state would hobble any future political aspirations for the 44-year-old. 

Politico carries the key 2016 Presidential Primary results by state. Click on the individual states for the percentages, raw numbers and delegate info. Real Clear Politics has the delegate count. Rubio did not win a single delegate Tuesday.

Adding to Rubio’s devastation came this sucker punch from Steve Schmidt, McCain’s chief strategist for his disastrous 2008 presidential campaign. Schmidt told MSNBC that Rubio’s rationale for continuing to stay in the race was based on “a fantastical, alternate reality vision of the universe.”

In truth, the alternative reality took root when he joined with McCain’s amnesty gangsters. This is also the issue that doomed Jeb! Bush‘s presidential aspirations. The amnesty syndicate has an agenda in which acquiescing politicians are considered collateral damage.

10 Responses to Establishment endorsements Rubio’s kiss of death

  1. MacBeth says:

    Amnesty for illegals and the thousands of so called “refugees” that Obama is allowing to flood the US, have become the major issue for many Americans. We see our country needlessly made vulnerable and losing its heritage. Knowledgeable sources in the FBI and military have repeatedly said it’s impossible to know who is entering or properly vet the large numbers of Muslims who believe in Islamic supremacy and ultimate domination over Christianity. Obama and the United Nations aren’t concerned with either American security or retaining our culture and freedoms.
    This important video is critically important to watch. It’s short, but powerful:

  2. PV PC says:

    The Federalist published “Is John Kasich Delusional?” a couple of days ago

    My thought is he knows exactly what he’s doing. He wants to send the Republican convention into a tailspin. It will be held in his home state and his sole objective is to stall Trump and Cruz. The problem for Kasich is, this is actually a two man race right now. He and Rubio are irrelevant zombie candidates.

    • jakesez says:

      Kasich uses his twenty-five years in congress as his reason to be elected president. He states that had been fighting for a balanced budget for all his years as the chairman of the budget committee. I don’t recall any balance budget so he is either a liar or a very poor fighter. Has he not heard that the voters are angry at the establishment yet he uses it as a qualification.

      He also states that he balanced the budget in Ohio. Maybe the fracking gas and oil tax deluge of money had something to do with it. Now that this money has decreased, I hear Ohio is back in the money borrowing business.

  3. State Delegate says:

    John McCain has a single agenda: AMNESTY. He has promoted it for years, working with the most liberal democrats and RINOs. McCain was quoted saying “when immigration reform passes I will make sure it is forever called the Edward M. Kennedy immigration bill.”
    McCain isn’t a RINO. He’s a deceitful liberal. That’s why he was censured by Arizona’s elected state delegates and why we turned our backs on him and Jeff Flake his colluding partner in crimes against conservatives. The two of them were brought into our statewide delegate meeting using a ploy by his buddy AZ GOP chairman Robert Graham.

    • Rob Haney says:

      Graham approaches political discourse as any RINO would do. He tells you what he thinks you want to hear in order to gain your support. Then he shows his true colors when he deems it most advantageous.

      About three years ago Graham told me he was afraid that if John McCain ran for the Senate in 2016, he would drag Republicans in the down ticket contests to lose to Democrats.

      Of course, he was deceiving me to gain my support and I was foolish enough to believe him. Graham’s conduct supporting McCain and the Establishment Republicans since our conversation has shown everyone how solidly Graham is in McCain’s camp.

  4. Conservative Since Birth says:

    I think Rubio’s run for senate, propelled by the Tea Party, then winning the seat and immediately joining the Gang of Eight has never been forgotten by those of us who want present immigration laws enforced. Since he became a senator, he has pushed for more immigration, including more Muslim immigration for the “new America.” His donors include a billionaire or two who want no limits on immigration.

    Jeb Bush’s theme was pro-immigration and discount the base of the party for a primary win, which doomed him quickly.

    Drudge had an article on his site yesterday that showed the majority of Americans don’t want more immigration. Who’s the one who made that an issue – Donald Trump. As much as I like Ted Cruz’s present stance on immigration – his past action is questionable.

    Hey MItt – How can we miss you if you won’t go away.

  5. Kathy says:

    Maybe Romney should campaign for McCain – Kelli Ward should win big :) . Had to add a little humor to stay sane!!

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      Mitt Romney HAS campaigned for McCain. He came to Mesa (an obvious ploy to bring in a crowd that didn’t work ) to kick off McCain’s senate campaign. Over three decades of treacherous teaming with Democrats isn’t enough for the 80 year old egomaniac.
      Romney doesn’t have the decency to be ashamed of his despicable actions.

    • Dennis O"Brien says:

      Romney knows McCain is senile, but the establishment elites never stop taking care of their own:

      • Realist says:

        Robert Graham also knows the old RINO is damaged goods, but he still fills the bill for Graham’s own lofty career plans. They all disgust me.